More Than 200 Projects are included in the Archigram Archival Project. The AAP uses the group’s mainly chronological numbering system and includes everything given an Archigram project number. This comprises projects done by members before they met, the Archigram magazines (grouped together at no. 100), the projects done by Archigram as a group between 1961 and 1974, and some later projects.
In 1968 Archigram were invited to make an installation at the Milan Triennale. The theme that year was the ‘greater number problem’, which Archigram, being much more optimistic than most, took as an advantage. We invented ‘Popular Paks’, packages of architecture which you could buy off the shelf and add to the existing environment to fine-tune it. A collage that I made for a project called Tuned Suburbs shows a fork-lift truck loaded with a Popular Pak driving into an invented suburb that is part Georgian, part Edwardian, part modern developer housing. The Popular Pak brought in elements to improve the environment – accretions of modern technology that showed how existing places could be tuned up, lifted to another dimension.